Pat Nolan


Justice Fellowship

Pat Nolan is a leading conservative voice for prison reform. He is president of Justice Fellowship, the criminal justice reform arm of Chuck Colson's Prison Fellowship. Justice Fellowship says it “works to reform the criminal justice system based on the principles of restorative justice found in the Bible.” The group works “to apply restorative justice to help victims, reform the hearts of offenders, and restore a sense of community to neighborhoods long plagued by crime.” Nolan served for 15 years in the California State Assembly, four of those as Assembly Republican leader, working on crime issues. He was later prosecuted for a campaign contribution he accepted, and served 29 months in a federal prison, which intensified his interest in prison reform.

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